Animal habitats for wild animal unit. Used 4 boxes of same size and covered the outside of them with white contact paper then the background I used fabric designs and added to each area trees, pebbles and cotton balls to enhance each habitat. Children then sort the animals to their correct habitat.
How to Make an Easy Wetlands Paper Plate Habitat Diorama. I have an easy wetlands paper plate habitat diorama. You'll also love my post Above & Below: Pond Unit Study, Hands-on Ideas, & Lapbook. Creating a paper plate habitat diorama is a great way to incorporate a project that is super inexpensive and less work. One thing I love about a diorama is that it can be done by everyone from preschool through high school and showcases each child's imagination.
Creating a diorama with children is a great learning tool to put into practice the child’s understanding of a topic that they have been studying. In most cases, you use a shoe box to be your ‘stage’ and you recreate whatever is relevant to your topic on your stage.